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Heterogene Praktiken, variable Kreativitäten

  • Jan-Hendrik  Passoth
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Menio Park, New Jersey, Oktober 1879: In einer der gerade neu eingerichteten Werkstätten gelingt es Thomas Alva Edison, verkohlte Bambusfasern in einem evakuierten Glaskolben etwa 40 Stunden leuchten zu lassen. Seit Jahrzehnten hatten sich Bastler, Tüftler, Ingenieure und Techniker an der elektrischen Glühlampe versucht – Lindsay 1835, de Moleyns 1841, Starr 1845, Lodygin 1874, Swan 1878.

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